Question about Heating & Cooling
Never heard of bleeding them, but everything i\'ve bleed and its been alot in 60 years...anyway the way that i was taught and have seen,you go to the last movable joint on the line,loosen it a bit ....but 1st make sure theres no open flames,sparks anything of that type ..in fact if you have aluminium pipe wrench,they don,t spark....anyway after pipe is loosened things are safe all around,airy area if possible...turn on gas a little and loosen the joint a little more until you can smell gas at the loose fitting,hand tighten joint,shut off gas all in same motion,just to get it done...Then carefully tighten joint,most heater pipes are using spark proof piping anyway......your through bleeding it .But check other sites or opinions to double check if you want...
Posted on Nov 28, 2012
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